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Champion Bay Senior High School Year 12 students turn heads at their ball held at Geraldton Yacht Club

Jessica MoroneyGeraldton Guardian
Tayah Palmer and Fletcher Harrison.
Camera IconTayah Palmer and Fletcher Harrison. Credit: LOWE Kylie [Champion Bay Senior High Sch]

The Year 12 Champion Bay Senior High School students arrived in glamour and style at the annual CBSHS ball on Saturday night as they made their grand entrance and turned heads.

The uninvited Geraldton wind did not distract from the glitz and magic of the evening as students and their partners stunned the big crowd of onlookers with their elegant gowns and formal attire.

Students arrived at the Geraldton Yacht Club, decorated by Sweet Orange Productions, and from 6pm they enjoyed a night of dancing, laughter and delicious food by Design Catering.

Belle and Beau - Kayla Jonker and Quinton Kitching.
Camera IconBelle and Beau - Kayla Jonker and Quinton Kitching. Credit: LOWE Kylie [Champion Bay Senior High Sch]

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Belle and Beau of the ball were awarded to Kayla Jonker and Quinton Kitching, who presented themselves as outstanding and mature young adults.

Best arrival was presented to Hayley McNeill and her partner, Bailey Adamczyk, who arrived in a flashy green XB Coupe contrasting their matching lilac outfits.

Best Arrival - Bailey Adamczyk and Hayley McNeill.
Camera IconBest Arrival - Bailey Adamczyk and Hayley McNeill. Credit: LOWE Kylie [Champion Bay Senior High Sch]

Best-dressed on the night was awarded to James Browne and school captain Amelia Jensen.

Best Dressed - James Browne and Amelia Jensen (school captain).
Camera IconBest Dressed - James Browne and Amelia Jensen (school captain). Credit: LOWE Kylie [Champion Bay Senior High Sch]

School captain Manny Richardson and his partner, Faith Cook, were named the cutest couple on the night.

Cutest Couple - Manny Richardson (school captain) and Faith Cook.
Camera IconCutest Couple - Manny Richardson (school captain) and Faith Cook. Credit: LOWE Kylie [Champion Bay Senior High Sch]

Kiannah-Lee Cross-Marshall was awarded best dancer on the night and was rarely seen off the dancefloor and led the conga line.

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